Jeremi Bigosiński

Jeremi, (Rem for short), is the founding principal of Form Plus Matter. For six years until late 2016, he practiced landscape design and urbanism at WAA International (a subsidiary of WAA Montréal) in Shanghai, China. Rem is passionate about cultural interpretations of place and how texture and form can provide a platform for harmonic spaces. While at WAA, he served as Chief Designer of the Scenic Villas residential project in Nanjing. He was also involved in studying historical and ritualistic contexts and preserving the memory of place through site and amenity design for such projects as Raffles City Chongqing, Shanghai Rainbow City Lot 2 & 3 (mixed use; part of a 10 city block revitalization) and for the Shanghai Rainbow City Streetscape. Rem is committed to utilizing best practices in design, specifications and sustainability.

Rem is a graduate of the University of Connecticut (Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture, 2006) and the Rhode Island School of Design (Masters of Landscape Architecture, 2010). He was the recipient of the prestigious Fulbright Fellowship in 2006 where he sculpted at the Academy of Fine Arts Warsaw. Rem has been a cartoonist for over 19 years and is the author and illustrator of two children storybooks. He also writes a personal blog, MutationMatter, about landscape futures, garden tradition and ritual.